NetBeans vs. Eclipse

Speed, native testing support, FindBugs, and the clear user interface of NetBeans IDE are some of the reasons why Gualtiero Testa, from JUG Milano, prefers NetBeans over Eclipse. Read the article to find out the details!

NetBeans Users: Our Favorite NetBeans Features

Learn about the NetBeans Action Items window, code templates, Android integration, and keyboard shortcuts from NetBeans users Moses Khazalwa and Jesus Garcia Quinones. What are your favorite NetBeans features? Blog about them or send them to netbeans dot webmaster at gmail dot com.

Latest NetBeans Education Column

Ken Fogel, NetBeans education columnist, continues teaching you about scanners and regular expressions. Are you also teaching with NetBeans? Write to netbeans dot webmaster at gmail dot com and let us know!


IDRsolutions Announce NetBeans Blog

The IDRsolutions team, one of the NetBeans Partners, have announced a section of their blog will be dedicated to tips and tricks related to NetBeans IDE. Take a look at their info on profilers, web service integration in NetBeans, and more!


An Interview with John Clingan, GlassFish Product Manager

NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien interviews John Clingan about the status of GlassFish. John is the Oracle product manage for Java EE and GlassFish Server at Oracle and Sun Microsystems before that.

7 New Tools Java Developers Should Know

An excellent article that gives you a quick overview of some of the newest most innovative tools around, including JClarity tools and Elasticsearch.

Avoid Clickjacking with Java EE

Clickjacking, also known as a "UI redress attack", means "hijacking" clicks meant for a page and routing them to another page, most likely owned by another application, domain, or both. Keystrokes can also be hijacked. NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary explains everything involved in how Java EE can help avoid these situations.


Video: Embedded Development with NetBeans & Raspberry Pi

PiDome is a home automation system built with NetBeans IDE and the Raspberry Pi. John Sirach, the founder of the project, takes you through all the components of the project and shows how NetBeans IDE helped the team develop the project.

Video: Java, Java EE Q&A with Adam Bien

The latest answers to questions about Java EE, Java SE, and JavaFX with NetBeans by NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien.

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